A Doctor of Economics since 2003 (UAM University at Madrid), Juan Castañeda has experience working and researching in monetary policy and central banking. He has worked with the European Parliament’s Committee of Economic and Monetary Affairs in the so-called “monetary dialogue with the European Central Bank”, and has also submitted written evidence for a UK Parliament report on the euro. He has been a visiting researcher at Cass Business School in London (and since 2015 senior visiting fellow of the Faculty of Finance), and lecturer at UNED University in Madrid. He has been awarded a Bank of Spain annual scholarship to develop research on monetary history and has also developed several research projects funded by the Institute of Fiscal Studies at Madrid on fiscal policy rules. He is the review editor of Economic Affairs and the editor and author of a website specialising in monetary policy and central banking: http://theoldladyofthreadneedlestreet.wordpress.com.
Juan Castañeda was appointed as Director of the Institute of International Monetary Research in January 2016.
- Forrest Capie, Geoffrey Wood and Juan Castañeda, “Central bank independence in small open economies”, in M.D. Bordo, Ø. Eitrheim, M. Flandreau & J.F. Qvigstad (eds), Central Banks at a Crossroads: What Can We Learn From History? (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016), 195-230
- Juan E. Castañeda, David G. Mayes & Geoffrey Wood (eds), European Banking Union: Prospects and Challenges (Abingdon: Routledge, 2016).
- J.L. Cendejas, J.E. Castañeda & F-F. Muñoz, “Business cycle, interest rate and money in the euro area: A common factor model”, Economic Modelling 43 (Dec 2014), 136–141
- J.L. Cendejas, F-F. Muñoz & J. Castañeda, “When Money Matters: Some Policy Lessons from the Business Cycle in Spain, 1998–2013”, World Economics 15.2 (June 2014), 77-110
- P. Schwartz with F. Cabrillo & J.E. Castaneda, “Saving monetary union? A market solution for the orderly suspension of Greece”, in P. Booth (ed.), The Euro – the Beginning, the Middle … and the End? (London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2013), 123-146
- Juan Castañeda, Una crisis económica sorprendente, 2007-2012